TC Launches Historic $300 Million CampaignAt TC's 125th Anniversary Celebration at the Apollo Theater, President Susan Fuhrman announces Where the Future Comes First: The Campaign for Teachers College. Read more...
Mandela RememberedFollowing Nelson Mandela's death on Dec. 5th, several Teachers College faculty members shared their reflections on the great South African leader and fighter against racism and apartheid. Read more...
Making Her Intentions KnownA bequest intention from Barbra Streisand will create the Emanuel and Barbra Streisand Scholarship Fund, supporting TC master's degree and doctoral students. Read more...
Blazing a Trail for Brazilian StudentsTC's first Lemann Fellow hopes to develop connections between schools, universities, and the working world in her home country. Read more...
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TC's Joseph Ciccolo weighs in on the importance of strength training
Love 'em or hate 'em, charter schools are going to be with us for the foreseeable future, argues TC's Priscilla Wohlstetter in WNYC's SchoolBook blog.
TC's Christopher Emdin argues in The New York Times online "Room for Debate" that the arts — including hip-hop — can serve as a bridge to the sciences for the disaffected and disinterested.
Writing in The Atlantic, Derek Thompson finds wisdom and hope in the ideas of TC's George Bonanno as he comes to terms with his mother's death.
Black Professors Managing Mentorship: Implications of Applying Social Exchange Frameworks to Analyses of Student Interactions and Their Influence on Scholarly Productivity
In this study, social exchange frameworks are used to frame and explore the influence of mentoring and student interaction on Black faculty productivity. Findings indicate that in addition to considering frequency of student interaction, understanding the structure of the mentoring relationships that faculty form can improve understanding of faculty outcomes.
Staying On or Dropping Out? The Role of Intergroup Friendship and Perceived Teacher Support in Minority and Nonminority School Careers
This study demonstrates the role of positive intergroup relations with peers and teachers in enabling students, especially minority students, to stay on in school.
In this commentary, the authors highlight their recently published book: Weiss, J., & Brown, R. (2013). Telling Tales Over Time: Calendars, Clocks and School Effectiveness. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.
The editors of the Teachers College Record are pleased to announce the NSSE Yearbooks for 2013.
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Leigh Patel's "Youth Held at the Border", Mariana Souto-Manning's "Multicultural Teaching in the Early Childhood Classroom", Bryan Warnick's "Understanding Student Rights in Schools", William Perez's "Americans by Heart", Jeffrey Brooks's "Black School White School", Nel Noddings's "Education and Democracy in the 21st Century", and Sonya Douglass Horsford's "Learning in a Burning House" have all been selected as American Educational Studies Association's 2013 Critics Choice Book Award Winners!
Eric Nadelstern's "10 Lessons from New York City Schools" was reviewed in NYC's Education Update
Stay tuned for Helen Malone's exciting new edited collection "Leading Educational Change: Global Issues, Challenges, and Lessons on Whole-System Reform." It will be featured in EdWeek, the Huffington Post, and Kappan Magazine this fall!
Join TCPress author Helen Janc Malone, editor of Leading Educational Change: Global Issues, Challenges, and Lessons on Whole-System Reform, and other prominent education researchers at Education Week's new time-limited blog, International Perspectives on Education Reform.
This Fall, Prof. Vershawn Young, author of the forthcoming title Other People's English: Code-Meshing, Code-Switching, and African American Literacy will keynote the Southeaster Writing Association conference.
Pasi Sahlberg's "Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?" won the 2013 Grawemeyer Award in Education, following up on Linda Darling-Hammond's 2012 win for "The Flat World in Education: How America's Commitment to Equity Will Determine Our Future".
Three TCP books finaled in the education category: Giving Our Children a Fighting Chance by Neuman and Celano, Professional Capital by Andy Hargreaves and Michael Fullan, and We Don't Need Another Hero by Greg Michie.
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